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A light brown unpainted model canoe (part a) with elongated ends. Two male figures (parts b-c) painted in black, and red are seated at opposite ends. The interior of the canoe (part a) has an inner rim. The two nailed seats at opposite ends of the canoe fit the contours of the boat. One end of the canoe has a vertical groove while the other end does not. Both men (parts b-c) are painted with black facial features, excluding the red nose, and the red mouth. Their hands, and feet are red. Their clothes are black. They are sitting with their knees bent. One man (part b) has his right hand turning inward with his left hand turning downward while the other man (part c) has his right hand turning downward with his left hand turning inward. Both men (parts b-c) are detached from the canoe (part a).

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